Before investing in renovations and furnishings, it is important that you know what you are buying. Therefore, we think it is important that you have a little background knowledge with regards to Corian. With this knowledge, we think this will really help you decide whether or not Corian Designs are right for you (but of course, we do not think you will be disappointed with what it has to offer!)
Below we have included a few key features, including a little background information of the history of Corian;
- Corian surfaces were created by DuPont scientists in the year 1967.The inventor of Corian surfaces is said to be Donald Slocum, who was a DuPont chemist
- Corian surfaces usually come in three thicknesses: 6 millimetres, 12 millimetres, and 19 millimetres
- Corian is a surface that derives from bauxite ore. Bauxite is a type of sedimentary rock which is durable and reliable
- Corian surfaces originally began as a kitchen and bathroom material, but has since ventured out and is now used for an array of projects
- Corian Designs face lots of competitors, but still remains to be one of the most well-established surface material brands in the UK.
Using the above information, you can see that Corian surfaces has become a well-established brand. Customers have raved a great deal about the use of Corian for their businesses, and architectures continue to use Corian in their design plans.
Corian surfaces have proven to be an all-rounder with regards to what it can be used for. From little projects such as reception desks, to big architectural designs, Corian is flawless and offers a great deal of reliability and sturdiness.
What is even better for businesses is that Corian can only be installed by a Corian expert, meaning all installations can be fully trusted. You will also be provided with a 10 year warranty in case of accidental damage.